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Keywords: #Alexis Bledel #Bruce Miller #Jordana Blake #Joseph Fiennes #O-T Fagbenle #The Handmaid's Tale #The Handmaid's Tale - Season 1
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New York Times
September 21, 2017 The images that stuck with me from this episode were the quietest, a reminder that the series is most poignant when it lingers on the emotional horror in which these women are mired.Read in Source
June 05, 2018 Have I mentioned how wonderfully Joseph Fiennes has played this contemptible character?Read in Source
September 21, 2017 The journey into this world has been both addictive and scarily relevant, and it does feel like we're building to a boiling point.Read in Source
September 21, 2017 Pour one out for poor Janine. "The Bridge," which climaxes on an actual bridge, is a swan song to Gilead's most damaged and endearing handmaid.Read in Source
September 21, 2017 I think the handling of the sexual power relationships this week is harrowingly good.Read in Source
November 04, 2017 The penultimate episode of The Handmaid's Tale Season 1 has arrived, and to my delight, it managed to pull some punches along the wayRead in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
September 21, 2017 Claustrophobia and heart-thumping tension were finely balanced in the penultimate episode of this portrayal of the United States as a Bible Belt dictatorship in which women are glorified slaves.Read in Source
September 21, 2017 June's relationship with the Commander progressed in an oddly satisfying way, while it was impossible not to become even more detached as a viewer from most of the men in Gilead.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
September 21, 2017 It's some spectacular acting from Elisabeth Moss, pretending to be a woman who's doing a solid bit of pretending of her own.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...